Welcome to the Santa Fe Monthly Meeting

Santa Fe Friends Meeting @ 630 Canyon Road

All are welcome at Meeting for Worship each Sunday

  • 12:30 Potluck on the first First Day (Sunday) of each month
  • Santa Fe Friends Canyon Road Meeting welcomes you to worship and participate with us; we meet for silence-based worship each First Day from 9:00 -10:00 AM and from 11:00AM - 12PM.
  • First Day School meets at 11:00 AM. No other childcare is available.
  • Kathy Baldwin is the on-site resident caretaker who is often available to support visit Friends, visitors and guests.

The 2019 IMYM Annual Gathering will take place June 9-16 at Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu, New Mexico. The theme of the gathering is “Faith, Fear and Our Future.” The registration deadline is April 30!

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Fifth Month Query:

"How do we welcome the presence of children and young adults amongst us?"

IMYM Faith and Practice, p.129

MINUTE ON IMMIGRATION

Approved 11/18/18

Equality, community and integrity are foundations of Quaker belief. Therefore, as

immigrants and refugees in our community encounter trials such as family separation,

incarceration, internment and deportation, Santa Fe Monthly Meeting is called to put these

beliefs into action. We will support these neighbors in their daily lives, providing aid,

companionship, friendship and safety in whatever ways we are able.

We affirm the right of refugees from all types of violence to apply for asylum in this

country, including those whose lives are threatened by gang violence, rape, and domestic

violence and abuse. We affirm the right of those seeking asylum to be treated with respect,

dignity, and due process during the application procedures. We call upon the government of

the United States to honor its legal obligations under the Refugee Act of 1980 and the 1967

United Nations Protocol on Refugees to provide protection to those who qualify as refugees.

We recognize that our national immigration system is in dire need of attention, funding

and fixing. We advocate for local, state and national policies that live up to our values, calling

for meaningful, lasting immigration system reform.